Waxwork Records is thrilled to re-release their double vinyl soundtrack album of the Halloween anthology film TRICK ‘R TREAT as a deluxe picture disc set. Directed by Michael Dougherty (KRAMPUS), TRICK ‘R TREAT has become a modern cult-classic and traditional October viewing alongside classic horror films such as John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN. Starring Anna Paquin, Brian Cox, and Dylan Baker, TRICK ‘R TREAT has won over fans and critics alike with it’s maliciously whimsical approach of breaking down Halloween traditions in one of the most impressive and beloved horror films to date.
Waxwork Records has worked closely with both Michael Dougherty and composer Douglas Pipes to create the ultimate TRICK ‘R TREAT soundtrack experience.
The expanded double LP features over an hour of music that has been mastered for vinyl and supervised by the composer. For art duties, Waxwork brought on board the incredibly talented Francesco Francavilla (Afterlife With Archie, The Black Beetle). Francavilla has worked as an in-house artist for both Marvel and DC Comics, and has created the full LP packaging artwork with approval from director Michael Dougherty, himself.
Waxwork has officially acquired the full audio stems from the film to create a full bonus Spooky Sound FX album that’s perfect for a haunted house, your Halloween party, or to spook your neighbors this season. Like the classic Disney LPs such as “Chilling, Thrilling Sounds From The Haunted House”, the included TRICK ‘R TREAT spooky sound effects album will take the listener through the streets of Warren Valley, Ohio on a cold Halloween night filled with vampires, werewolves, rock quarry zombies, and Sam himself. If that wasn’t enough, the entire spooky sound effects album has been constructed, mixed, and edited by Evan Chen, the sound designer on Michael Dougherty’s 1996 animated short SEASON’S GREETINGS which features Sam’s first appearance, and inspired the film TRICK ‘R TREAT.
LP package details include:
Double 180 Gram Picture Discs
Deluxe heavyweight tip-on gatefold jacket with satin coating
Full artwork and design by Francesco Francavilla
Liner notes by director Michael Dougherty and composer Douglas Pipes
An inserted 11” x 22” poster
Bonus Spooky Sound-FX Album on Side D
Side A: Spooky Guidelines It’s Halloween, Not Hanukkah / Main Title Meet Charlie Charlie Bites It Father and Son Meet Rhonda To The Quarry
Side B: The Halloween Schoolbus Massacre The Elevator / Laurie On The Prowl Halloween Prank Not A Trick / Red and Black Laurie’s First Time
Side C: Old Mr. Kreeg Pumpkin Shooter / Meet Sam The Bus Driver The Neighborhood Trick ‘r Treat End Credits
Side D: Emma Always Check Your Candy Wilkins’ Backyard Rock Quarry Sheep’s Meadow Old Mr. Kreeg’s Hous
Waxwork is proud to present our official Universal Monsters FRANKENSTEIN Spinature. From the 1931 classic horror film, Frankenstein's monster comes packaged in a double window collector's box with new artwork by Robert Sammelin.
Collectible stands approximately 3.75" tall.
Ships to United States & Canada only.
Waxwork x Johnny Dombrowski Tee
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Celebrate the spooky vibes all year long with this new Waxwork Records shirt! Wrap yourself like Mummy with this super soft Bella+Canvas tee with new art by Johnny Dombrowski!
Printed by Twin City Tees on Dark Grey Heather Bella+Canvas 3001 CVC shirts.
Waxwork x BeastWreck Tee (Crimson)
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Lovers of vintage horror and spooky comics rejoice! Wrap your torso with this super soft Bella+Canvas tee featuring artwork by BeastWreck!
Printed by Twin City Tees on Heather Cardinal Red Bella+Canvas 3001 CVC shirts.
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*This item is a pre-order and is expected to ship January, 2021. Please note that expected shipping dates are pending no unexpected delays, and may change due to Covid-19, USPS delays, or production changes*
Waxwork Records in partnership with Milan Records is excited to present ANTEBELLUM Original Motion Picture Score by Nate Wonder and Roman GianArthur. Antebellum is a 2020 American psychological horror film written and directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz. It stars Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange, and Jena Malone and follows a modern day African American woman who must escape from a 19th century Southern slave plantation. Veronica Henley (Monáe), a successful and prominent author, is abducted and taken back into the Antebellum period. She must free herself and others and take them back to the modern time period before it is too late.
The score was composed by Nate Wonder and Roman GianArthur, who have worked with Janelle Monáe on her numerous albums as part of her Wonderland Arts Society collective. Antebellum marks both composers’ debut film score.
“Writing the score for Antebellum has been a rewarding adventure in creating a musical bed that compliments the script while becoming its own unique character and identity within the film. It was really wonderful to work with my brother on this, it was one of the most fulfilling experiences,” Wonder said of the project in a statement. “Working with Janelle Monáe has also been a pleasure as always. We’ve done this a few times before and every time it is a thrilling experience to work on such intriguing ideas. It’s been especially heart-warming to work on this feature, as it is the next step in the evolution of her emotional pictures.”
“We’re thankful for the opportunity for this to be our first feature and to be working with Gerard and Chris on their first feature film as well,” he said. “After reading the script we started ideating in Atlanta at the Wondaland studio, and began with simple voice memos. From there we brought in a violin, viola and cello to flesh the tone and direction of the score out. The process of shaping these voice memos and growing them to eventually be recorded with a symphony orchestra has been gratifying and an unforgettable experience.”
Waxwork Records is proud to present Antebellum as a deluxe score album featuring 180 gram Black with Red Haze colored vinyl, printed inner sleeves, and design and layout by Shawn Lyon.
Antebellum Original Motion Picture Score Features:
Complete Score by Nate Wonder and Roman GianArthur